1964 Ford Fairlane 347 cuin with a drag time of 10:98 at 126 mph
This classic Fairlane seen at a local cruise near Inkster Michigan is quite impressive on the drag strip despite having only a 347 cuin motor. The owner restored the vehicle with new quarter and fenders and other sheetmetal. Another OG Rider's Clip sponsored by pageBuzz.com website construction. Tshirts were awarded for giving us the interview and allowing us to film their amazing cars.
Firing up the 64 Fairlane.
It hasn't been started since March of this year. But the big block started
right up like its no big deal. Had this car for a long time , bought it
when I was 18, Drove in stock form back and forth to work in the eighties,
then started working on it and street raced it in the late eighties to
early nineties. In 93 I back halfed it, then started bracket racing at the
strip.In 2000, I built the front clip, and switched to big block. Me and
this car have seen a lot of fun together.
1964 Ford Fairlane Ring Brothers "Afterburner" SEMA 2013
The 1964 Ford Fairlane "Afterburner" from SEMA 2013..The car has been
around a couple of years...but this was the first time I had seen it,,,,Way
cool....Check it out!!...Make sure you follow me so that you don't miss any
of the other awesome videos I shot at this show!
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1964 Shelby Cobra Daytona 331 Stroker V8 Weber Carbs - Replica by Shell Valley
This 1964 Shelby Daytona Coupe Replica by Shell Valley has a 331c.i.
8-Stack Weber (Forged & Balanced Stroker V8, 5 Speed (T-5) Manual
Transmission w/ Pro Ripper Shifter, 9in Rear w/ 3.73 Limited Slip, P. 4
Wheel Disc Brakes (Wilwood), Rack & Pinion Steering, 4 Link Rear Suspension
w/ QA1 Adj. Shocks & Upper Control Arms, Headers & Side Exhaust, Aluminum Radiator, Headliner & Carpet,
Vintage Brand Heater, Painless Wiring, Millennium Gauges, JBL Quick Release
Steering Wheel, 4 Point Roll Bar, Sparco Race Seats w/ Simpson 5 Point
Quick Release Seat Belts, Aluminum Fly Wheel w/ Ram Clutch, Lakewood Steel
Bell Housing, ARP Fasteners, AFR 185 Alum. Heads, Ford F303 Hydraulic
Roller Cam, 48 IDA Webers Matched to this Engine by Inglese, MSD 6AL
Ignition, March Pulleys, 17in Trigo Wheels w/ Performance Tires, Titled as
a 1964 Ford, Folder of Receipts from Build. Very Professionally &
Tastefully Built Replica! What a Fun Street Legal Race Car!! Thanks for
taking a look!
Filmed at Fast Lane Classic Cars in St Charles, Missouri
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010
John's 1949 Chevy Pickup rat rod style with over 1000 louvers
John talks with Rocky about his 1949 Chevy pickup. In true rat rod style
the floor is built out of license plates the rust is intat and the paint is
intended to look old. The outstanding feature of this classic pick up is
the over 1000 louvers that have been added in the customization. John
gladly accepts a free tshirt from pageBuzz.com the video series sponsor.
'66 Ford Fairlane 427 Tribute Video 1 of 2
1966 Ford Fairlane 500 - 427 Tribute, 4 speed, 465 cid.
For sale on Ebay.
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1969 Ford Fairlane Restoration: Lots of Body Work!
This video shows how we restored Agent 8771's old, beat-to-death 1969
Ford Fairlane coupe. The car had been hit hard in the rear many years ago,
and the frame rails were buckled. This, combined with the major structural
rust throughout, made the car virtually unrestoreable. Agent 8771 didn't
want to give up on the car however, and didn't want to just buy another
similar unit and pretend it was his old car. I decided that we could
replace the whole bottom half of the car with a solid, straight chassis
from a low-mileage 4 door sedan. When one came along at a low price, we
decided to get to work. We saved what we could from his original car,
including the seats, doors, roof, parcel shelf, hood, decklid, and glass.
We also used his old wheels, grille, bumpers, and even his old Exhaust system with the "Thrush" mufflers that
we used to put on our cars! When we were all done, it looked, sounded, and
drove like his old high school car! He even took off the power steering and
substituted his old manual box so that the car would drive just like it
used to. Overall, a really fun project and it makes a great story to tell
people you still have your first car, even if much of it has been "donated"
by another Fairlane sedan!
Anyhow, I hope you enjoy a tour of this project; let me know what you
think! Thanks for watching!